Are Easton Press books valuable?

Are Easton Press books valuable?

Many Easton Press buyers are most familiar with their ‘100 Greatest Books Ever Written’ series (which we believe actually numbers over 100). These vintage classics are typical Easton high quality but on the lower end of value. Most of them usually sell for between $15 and $30.

What is an Easton Press book?

Easton Press books are among the highest quality leather bound books ever produced. They display many of the same characteristics as the higher quality full leather bound Franklin Library editions. All Easton Press editions are bound in full genuine leather, and below are many of the other quality features.

Is Easton Press the best?

Siedlecki Vintage Books The popular Easton Press books are fine books, primarily because of their high quality production methods, e.g., full leather bound, hubbed spines, gilded edges, beautiful endpapers, archival quality paper, etc.

Where are Easton Press books made?

Norwalk, Connecticut
Easton Press, a division of MBI, Inc., based in Norwalk, Connecticut, is a publisher specializing in premium leather-bound books….Easton Press.

Parent company MBI, Inc.
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location Norwalk, Connecticut
Publication types Books
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How long does it take for Easton Press to ship?

6 to 10 days
How long will it take for my order to be shipped? Your order will be shipped within 6 to 10 days of initial payment unless it was otherwise noted or you selected a faster shipping method. Click here to check the status of your order.

Are leather bound books worth it?

Leather-bound books have always been popular and they are likely to remain a good investment. There is something particularly special about the look, smell and feel of a leather-bound book. For collectors, Easton Press and Gryphon Editions are the best on the market.

When did Easton Press Start?

Easton Press published the work as a Signed First Edition in 1997 with a limited run of 1000 numbered copies. Included with the book was a Certificate of Authenticity, also signed and dated by Stephen Ambrose.

How do I know if my Easton Press is a first edition?

Despite working mostly in reprints, Easton Press produces several series of first editions and an occasional first edition volume; these are clearly identified as first editions typically on the spine, the title page, and the signature page.

Is Easton Press books legit?

It is legit. I signed all the Easton Press copies.

How do I care for my Easton Press book?

Caring for your Easton Press books Nor should books be kept where there is seepage or dampness, as in a basement or cellar. Keep books away from water and other liquids. Water is the single most destructive element to books, leather or otherwise. Display your books either horizontally or vertically.

Are old leather bound books worth anything?

A beautifully leather bound book or one with a pictorial gold leaf cover can form the basis for a really eye-catching shelf; these antique books are usually quite collectible. Simple beauty in a cover or binding can be worth $40-1,000 depending on the complexity and execution of the design.

Are Franklin library books valuable?

The full set of 100 can go for more than $3,000, but the most expensive Franklin Library listing on AbeBooks is the 25th anniversary limited edition of The Great Books of the Western World, edited by Robert Maynard Hutchins and published in 1970.